Former Giants RB Brandon Jacobs wants to know why people continue to harp on WR Odell Beckham Jr.
The star wideout has always had a New York media spotlight on him from the beginning of his career, but he has seen extra coverage this offseason due to trade talks swirling around him.
Jacobs took to Twitter Monday to ask why everyone seems to be concerned about the 25-year-old.
Why so many people keep worrying about Odell.- Brandon Jacobs (@gatorboyrb) April 10, 2018
Jacobs could be specifically referring to the most recent OBJ news that was generated by future Hall of Fame Ray Lewis' comments on Monday. Lewis claimed that Beckham has "removed God from his life," and Beckham subtly shot back with prayer videos on his Instagram.
Hall of Fame WR Cris Carter also took a jab at Beckham following the release of a seven-second viral video that pictured him with a woman and what appeared to be drugs in a bed. Carter said Beckham must "stop being a little boy," and noted he doesn't want to talk bad about him anymore.
Beckham did make a positive headline on Monday when he showed up to the first day of the Giants' voluntary offseason program. Though he may not stay the entire time due to his ankle rehabilitation, Beckham wasn't seen at any voluntary practice or workout session last season.